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Federal Probation Journal - June 2007

Federal Probation Journal (June 2007) is dedicated to informing its readers about current thought, research, and practice in corrections and criminal justice. Explore the issue.

This Issue in Brief

Getting the Most Out of Correctional Treatment: Testing the Responsivity Principle on Male and Female Offenders

By Dana J. Hubbard

Probation and Parole Officers and Discretionary Decision-Making: Responses to Technical and Criminal Violations

By Mark Jones, John J. Kerbs

What Factors Affect Parole? A Review of Empirical Research

By Joel M. Caplan

Landlord Attitudes Toward Renting to Released Offenders

By Lynn M. Clark

Faith-Based Approaches for Controlling the Delinquency of Juvenile Offenders

By Morgan Cox, Betsy Matthews

The Experiences of Offenders in a Prison Canine Program

By Wendy G. Turner

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